If your U.S.-based craft businesses has customers in the EU — people who have purchased a product from you, subscribed to your mailing list, commented on a blog post or even visited your site and had their information processed by Google Analytics — you will need to comply to the new GDPR regulations.
While social media and advertising are important, don’t overlook the value of getting exposure in magazines, newspapers, and blogs.
Carrie Sundra created the SkeinMinder, an accessory to the small motorized tabletop winders many small dyers use to create their sellable hanks.
When you’re building a customer base and creating a brand, you want to make sure you won’t be mistaken for anyone else. That’s where trademark registration comes in.
Ravelry turns 10 this year. How has the knitting social network shaped the opportunities of yarn entrepreneurs?
It can be difficult for craft business owners to draw a line between their personal/political and business lives when work and hobbies intersect.
Exhibiting at trade shows gives a craft business owner a chance to get their products into the hands of potential wholesale clients. Here are some tips.
Here’s a guide to a few reputable, online teaching platforms and advice from makers who have experience using them.
The lines are very blurry when it comes to pop culture intellectual property infringement in the craft world. Here are some thoughts on it from experts!
It’s important for a workspace to be functional and inspiring, and set up in a way that prevents the type of repetitive stress injuries common among makers.